The Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON) is a coalition of community-based organizations that advocates for the rights and needs of the Asian and Pacific Islander American (APIA) Community in the greater Los Angeles area, with a particular focus on low income, immigrant, refugee and other disadvantaged sectors of the population.
The California Community Foundation (CCF) in Los Angeles has been an essential community advocate in the region since 1915. With more than $1 billion in assets, CCF is one of the largest foundations of any kind in the nation. As a community foundation, CCF is a tax-exempt, public nonprofit organization committed to transformative change across Los Angeles and around the world.
For 30 years, the Center for Nonprofit Management has stood as the premier resource for the Southern California nonprofit community. By providing assistance in a variety of areas, the Center has supported thousands of organizations as they meet the needs of their communities.
Community Partners works with social entrepreneurs, grantmakers, and civic leaders to imagine possibilities, design solutions, and see them through. Building on extensive experience working with nonprofits and funders, Community Partners helps foster, launch and sustain powerful initiatives for change. We are a solutions partner; providing expertise in best practices, a vast knowledge base in project development and management, familiarity with the civic landscape and a commitment to advancing the public good.
Executive Service Corps (ESC) is a leading nonprofit provider of high-impact, affordable management development services to other nonprofits in Southern California. Through customized management consulting and leadership development, their highly experienced and trained volunteer consultants help nonprofits improve their operations, leadership, and impact.
Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (LEAP) is a national, nonprofit organization, with a mission to achieve full participation and equality for Asian and Pacific Islanders (APIs) through leadership, empowerment, and policy.
Liberty Hill Foundation advances social change through a strategic combination of grants, leadership training and campaigns. We are the first to identify community leaders at the frontlines of change. We invest in changemakers and equip them with the skills and relationships they need to build power and advance social justice. With a near 40-year track record, Liberty Hill is uniquely positioned to bring together forces for change and forge a common agenda for equality and opportunity in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Women’s Public Policy Institute‘s (LAAAWPPI) primary mission is to provide a pipeline for women to assume leadership roles at all levels of government and public affairs, including, as commissioners, elected officials, board members, community activists, the corporate community, and external relations, and numerous other positions.
Nonprofit Communications and Media Network, formerly known as Print Interactive Radio and Television Educational Society or PIRATES, serves the Southern California community and EDUCATES nonprofit professionals, CONNECTS with media, and CREATES communications and cause awareness that make an impact.
Southern California Grantmakers (SCG) is a regional membership association of private sector grantmakers whose mission is to support and advance effective and responsible philanthropy for the public good.
The Taproot Foundation is a nonprofit that makes business talent available to organizations working to improve society. Their mission is to lead, mobilize and engage professionals in pro bono service that drives social change.
One of the Top 10 Leadership Forums in the nation, TOWN HALL Los Angeles has been a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization supported since 1937 by foundations, corporations and Angelenos who believe in open public discussion. Our mission is to help people be well informed on the most timely and compelling issues that impact their businesses, communities and personal interests. Town Hall is dedicated to promoting civic participation through public discussion of issues of regional, national and international significance.
Women’s Business Enterprise Council West (WBEC-West) exists to create a network of informed, prepared, and engaged Women Business Enterprises and corporations through certification, education, and targeted networking events.